This course focuses on increasing adaptive behaviors, decreasing maladaptive behaviors, developing positive behavior support interventions, collecting and analyzing data, legal and ethical implications and strategies for managing academic and social behaviors that integrate the cognitive and affective domains, establishing classroom environments that foster the development of life skills, implementing transitional intervention techniques such as teacher and peer mediation, increasing social skills, facilitating learning through an environment; created through teacher behavior, and assisting parents to develop home management systems. Twenty hours of field experience are required for this course.